Wenger would want Celtic and Rangers in Premier League before Barcelona

Wenger would want Celtic and Rangers in Premier League before Barcelona

"It's important to be imaginative [against a defensive team], and as well to move the ball quickly, but sometimes I felt with the desire to speed the game up we confused [ourselves] a bit, rushing the game and moving the ball quickly".

Brighton became the 45th side to be beaten by Wenger as the manager. "He helps you a lot to get out of pressure when you are in a build-up game and creates spaces".

Wilshere gave a tantalising glimpse of his ability in Arsenal's 4-2 victory at BATE Borisov in the Europa League on Thursday and he hopes that leads to a role in Sunday's Premier League clash against Brighton and Hove Albion.

He said: "It's too early".

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has called upon Alex Iwobi to find more consistency to his game and contribute 20 goals and assists this season.

Wenger admitted his players were not at their best against Brighton, but highlighted the importance of going into the two-week global break with a victory.

But after today's piece of magic against Brighton, you can understand why the Frenchman was so desperate to keep the 28-year-old.

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"Last year after six games Manchester City were top with 18 points".

Yes, we agree that they were not at their entertaining best against Brighton in a game that many expected Arsenal to win comfortably, but it is perhaps the kind of result that many Arsenal fans would love.

Sanchez was the creator, with his back-heel going straight into the path of Iwobi, who bided his time before finding the top corner from the right-hand side of the box. But it depends on how we respond.

"Three Points, Clean Sheet And A Goal Perfect Way To Celebrate Independence Day #BIG17", Iwobi gleefully tweeted yesterday.

If I'm not mistaken we already have two Welsh clubs in our leagues, and there has been debate for many years about whether Celtic and Rangers should be offered a place down South, but how would you feel if Barcelona joined us?

"Brighton were fortunate to beat Newcastle at the weekend and I expect Chris Hughton's side to be outclassed at The Emirates", Owen wrote on